Mending walls

As Western civilization seeks ways to accommodate the ‘other,’ Amnon Rubinstein’s scholarship, insight, experience and humanity add up to a priceless guide for a better world.

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February 21, 2018 19:51
FIFTH GRADERS from Weizmann Elementary, a multi- cultural school in Jaffa, dance the tango during re

FIFTH GRADERS from Weizmann Elementary, a multi- cultural school in Jaffa, dance the tango during rehearsals as part of a social development program in 2011. (photo credit: RONEN ZVULUN/REUTERS)

 
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